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PC Client - ASE 12

4 posts in Windows NT Last posting was on 2001-05-18 13:15:41.0Z
George_Hobbs Posted on 2001-05-16 19:59:50.0Z
From: George_Hobbs
Date: Wed, 16 May 2001 15:59:50 -0400
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1. Will the PC client for ASE 12 work on a desktop using Windows 2000?

2. Is it true that MS SQL utilities and the ASE 12 PC client cannot
coexist on the same desktop PC?


Nirupam Posted on 2001-05-18 13:15:41.0Z
From: Nirupam
Date: Fri, 18 May 2001 09:15:41 -0400
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Subject: Re: PC Client - ASE 12
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You can safely install both MS SQL and ASE PC Clients on the same desktop.
They can coexist without any hassle.


Jay Kwon Posted on 2001-05-17 21:10:52.0Z
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Answer for #2 is that when Microsoft SQL client is installed, it puts
\mssql7\binn in your path & often times it will place this entry preceding
\sybase\bin & \sybase\dll path entry.
I've seen little difficulties switching back & forth between the two once
I've placed sybase\bin in front of \mssql7\binn directory though. Hope that
helps.

Jay

<George_Hobbs> wrote in message
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> 1. Will the PC client for ASE 12 work on a desktop using Windows 2000?
>
> 2. Is it true that MS SQL utilities and the ASE 12 PC client cannot
> coexist on the same desktop PC?


Jim Egan Posted on 2001-05-16 22:55:45.0Z
From: Jim Egan <dbaguru@eganomics.com>
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George_Hobbs wrote...
> 1. Will the PC client for ASE 12 work on a desktop using Windows 2000?

Yes, this will work. Be sure to apply the latest EBF.

> 2. Is it true that MS SQL utilities and the ASE 12 PC client cannot
> coexist on the same desktop PC?

I don't know about that. The only conflict might be if the files are named the same.
--
Jim Egan [TeamSybase]
Senior Consultant
Sybase Professional Services

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